Designed by a modern master (Richard Seifert) to house the drama and lighting department of Manchester Polytechnic, it was always destined for great things. But at some point we forgot that. We let it go quiet.

The new Hilton House is here to honour the building's legacy and celebrate our collective past. A collection of histories brought together and brought to life.

A building reimagined with integrity.

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Built in the late 60's, Hilton House has remained largerly untouched since. It's been home to acocuntants, bars, healthcare businesses…and up until Jan 2019, a large part of the building lay derelict.

Hilton House is an integral building within the Northern Quarter. Over time it has been neglected, and it's primary uses forgotten, but the building itself has never been.

  • Workhouse
  • Arthouse
  • Playhouse
  • Designhouse
  • Showhouse
  • Communityhouse
  • Mediahouse
  • Openhouse
  • Culturehouse
  • Townhouse
  • Hiltonhouse
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Vision

In 2019, Hilton House will become new, inspiring, contemporary office space providing the end user with high quality, cost effective, flexible space to suit the needs of a modern day business, with the on-site facilities to help the business grow and flourish.

Benefits

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10GB broadband

The fastest in the city

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On site well-being

Access to all staff

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Large coffee roastery

Late night opening and event space

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Cycle storage

Secure storage and ramp entrance

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Concierge reception

Premium service as standard

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Double lift

The fastest in the city.

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Original features

Parquet floor and terracotta ceiling

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Showers on site

Full changing facilities

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Bathed in light

Floor to ceiling windows throughout

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Art Gallery

Celebrating local artists

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Fully exposed services

including suspended pendant LED lights

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Connected to the city

Walking distance to all transport hubs

Spaces

5 floors of creative workspace ranging from 3,638 Sq/f to 5,705 Sq/f with ground floor and basement commercial spaces.

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SQ/F

Specification

Availability

LG

4,337

Commercial

UNDER OFFER

G

4,390

Commercial

UNDER OFFER

F1

5,705

Full floor plate, Toilets

Available

F2

4,758

Full floor plate, Toilets

Available

F3

4,155

Full floor plate, Toilets

Available

F4

4,198

Full floor plate, Toilets

Available

F5

3,638

Full floor plate, Toilets

Available

Neighbourhood

A place of true creativity

Built in the late 60's, Hilton House has remained largerly untouched since. It's been home to acocuntants, bars, healthcare businesses and many more, but up until Jan 2019, a large part of the building lay derelict.

During it's quieter times, the building became a becaon for local creatives, using the space for exhibitons, street art campaigns and the the filming of a certain Bowie inspired series.

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Local businesses

A

Bionic Seven

Clothing

60 Port St
M1 2EQ

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B

Gym + Juice

Gym

64 Oldham St
M4 1LE

Website

C

Takk

Coffee + Food

6 Tariff St
M1 2FF

Website

D

Fred Aldous

Arts + Crafts

37 Lever St
M1 1LW

Website

E

El Capo

Mexican Food

12 Tariff St
M1 2FF

Website

F

Not Just

Barber + Arts

61 Houldsworth St
M1 2FA

Website

G

Nibble

Cafe

36 Oldham St
M1 1JN

Website

H

RPB — Ross Parlane

Barber

35 Tib St
M4 1LX

Website

I

Vinyl Exchange

Record Shop

18 Oldham St
M1 1JN

Website

Register Interest

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Thank you for your interest in Hilton House, we'll be in touch soon.

For enquiries call

Richard Dinsdale

0161 833 9991

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Josh Levy

0161 242 7061

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Delivered By

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CERT are a young, local property developer that saw an opportunity to restore Hilton House to it's former glory.

With other sites across Manchester in development, CERT prioritise developing schemes with integrity.

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